Adam Leath of the ASPCA met a bloodhound, one of the dogs taken Tuesday from a breeding facility in Pulaski County.
Adam Leath of the ASPCA met a bloodhound, one of the dogs taken Tuesday from a breeding facility in Pulaski County.
Adam Leath of the ASPCA met a bloodhound, one of the dogs taken Tuesday from a breeding facility in Pulaski County.

Animal-protection group removes more than 40 dogs from Pulaski County breeder

January 21, 2014 12:05 PM

UPDATED January 21, 2014 06:20 PM

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